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of being a crucial part of the plan now admits to having ties to al-qaeda. alicia acuna standing by in denver with more on this. hello, aliesh sha. >> hi, brian, that man zazi is expected to be back at the fbi headquarters in denver for a round of questioning. their reports, including ours, that his client admitted to ties to al-qaeda are just rumors, but some frightening information is surfacing about this airport shuttle driver. there are multiple reports out this morning that intelligence officials are saying zazi has been trained in the use of explosives by al-qaeda, that he had bomb making documents on his laptop that was seized by police in new york and then returned and that he may be a dissenter of an assorted attack on a transportation city. he had cell phone video of grand central station in new york, before half a million people travel through every day. the fbi requested that his father come in for questioning, which he did voluntarily accord to go a spokesperson. the father spent three hours with agents before leaving. he told reporters, as he was leaving, he wants t
, but alicia acuna live in denver where the father and son suspects will be arraigned in court tomorrow? >> that's right, julie, but right now, zazi and his father mohammed sit in denver county jail cells. they're held there until tomorrow when as you mentioned they'll be in the this bidding. the courthouse in denver. each face one count of knowingly and willingfully make ago false statement to the fbi, in a matter investigating international and domestic terrorism. in papers filed in the court there's quite a bit of information about zazi accord to go the feds zazi told him he was trained last year by al-qaeda in weapons and explosives and this, that this happened in pakistan, when he told everyone else he was visiting his wife. in addition to that, the supporting documents filed with the official complaint state that when federal agents seized zazi's laptop during a recent trip to new york, they found a j-peg images of nine pages of handwritten notes, those notes according to the affidavit contained formulations and sfruch regarding the manufacturing and handling initiating explosives
. trace? trace: alicia acuna live for us in denver. the top commander in afghanistan warns america and its allies are at risk at failing at their mission in afghanistan. in a once confidential assessment, general stanley mcchrystal wrote that he needs more forces within the next year. the 66 page document which the pentagon handed to president obama contains 16 uses of the word failure. we know this because the "the washington post" obtained a copy of it. fox news has confirmed it. mcchrystal summing up the assessment, warning, quote: trace: jennifer griffin is live at the pentagon. the general putting this in some pretty blunt terms. >> that's right. but the commander is waiting to send a request for more troops, tens of thousands of them, we're told. here is what he warned in the document. quote. failure to gain the initiative and reverse insurgent momentum in the near term, next 12 months, while afghanistan security capacity matures, risks an outcome where defeating the insurgency is no longer possible. in other words, time is of the essence, trace. trace: i mentioned, jennifer, this wa
. david lee miller following the search for more potential accomplices. alicia acuna on the indictment. the feds say he had been communicating with someone to figure out how best to make his explosives? >> that's right, trace. according to supporting documents filed by the justice department. naji made several attempts to communicate with another individual. we don't know who that person is in these communications naji zazi was asking how to get the correct mixture and explosives. number of communications each one becoming more urgent. these were in the days leading up to his travel to new york city. arranged the same time that i didn't zazi rented a hotel room in ra roar are a, colorado where he lives. the room was checked for explosives. ingredient to make a bomb. trace: investigators also picked up zazi's father but today he walked free. >> yes. mohammed zazi did walk out of the courtroom today but he isn't exactly free. he was released on unsecured bomb of $50,000. he didn't have to pony up any cash. if he doesn't show up for court date he has to forfeit that amount of money. he ha
and negotiating pleading toghtd terror charge. alicia acuna has more from us from denver. what you can tell us? >> can i tell you, trace, zazi's father has just left headquarters in downtown denver. we have video of that that was in the last hour. he was asked by a reporter as he was leaving, you know, we are just trying to find out the truth. he said of his son i don't know the truth. i can also tell you he has told reporters over the past week that his son does not have ties to terror. somewhere along the lines, things have changed. trace: zazi and his attorney have been adamant that he has no ties to terror. what's changed here? >> you have to consider 16 hours plus of intense questioning by fbi investigators. that's been going over the past three days. you also have to consider the information that they have on him. fbi agents and authorities have said that they have been surveying this man for the past year. that includes emails, conversations over the phone. and his movement both internationally and domestically. one of the things that does stand out, trace, is travels to pakistan. his a
expensive and have to be individually fitted. alicia acuna reporting from denver with a closer look at one hospital's plan. >> call somebody's name. >> as the world receives its education on the h1n1 choirs virus. hospitals are cramming for back to school. >> we are looking at contingency plans, what to do if we do have a decrease in available staff. >> because the young are less immune, the children's hospital of denver stands to draw big numbers. part of slowing the contraction rate means protecting the protectors. >> we are making sure that our supplies of masks are increased. >> stockpiling for staff and smaller faces. should h1n1 spike, visitation rules will tighten. hand sanitizers are prominent and negative air flow rooms are at their ready. >> 1, 2, 3! >> at first glance, it's almost impossible to know these students are the most vulnerable of vulnerable. all chronically ill, immune systems so fragile they go to school on the campus of a major hospital. >> it is such a unique facility. >> john knead is principal of coonsburg school located at national jewish health. he says while t
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, alicia acuna is visiting a colorado hospital to see what they're doing to get ready. >> at the world received its education on the h1n1 virus, hospitals are cramming for back to school. >> we are looking at contingency plans, what to do if we have a decrease in available staff. >> because the young are less immune, the children's hospital of denver stands to draw big numbers, part of slowing the rate means protecting the protectors. >> we're making sure that our supplies of masks are increased. >> stockpiling for staff and smaller faces. should haich spike, visittation will tighten and hand sanitizers are prominent and negative airflow rooms are at the ready. >> one, two, three! >> at first glance, it's almost impossible to know, these students are the most vulnerable of vulnerable. all chronically ill immune systems so fragile they go to school on the campus of a major hospital. >> it's such a unique facility. >> john reed is principal of the school located at national jewish health. while the three staff nurses and pediatric unit are assuring, they're on alert. >> if a child has a
on the job, now fighting against all odds to get back to his beat. alicia acuna brings us the story of the personal struggle and hard work of his therapists. >> yep. >> 1, 2... >> 3... >> nicely done! >> reporter: densy cole works as hard now as he ever did as a chicago police officer. >> i'm exhausted. i'm physically exhausted. >> sometimes push it with your fingers. >> reporter: may 27th he was paralyzed from an auto accident that happened as he responded to a call. as the surveillance video shows, people ran to the crash scene from the station across the street and one was not there to help as cole explained, in an interview two months ago. >> pushed me over, and stole my gun, my wallet, my money... my clip. and he kept moving. my head. so, in my mind, there is a possibility that he may have had worsened my spinal cord. >> after threatening to kill the officer, the man ran away. police later arrested 22-year-old rashawn shannon, charged with robbery and disarming a police officer and unlawful owest possession of a weapon by a felon. >> you never know what will happen. >> his supe
, in the developing story. alicia acuna is on the scene in colorado and courtney kiely following the action in new york and first, alicia acuna outside the courthouse in different and it started with bauch of denials and the feds must have really put the heat on these guys? >> reporter: absolutely, julie. we saw on wednesday in denver, naijbullah zazi talk with fbi investigates on a voluntary basis, according to his attorney, denials, denials, denials... and look at the complaints affidavit you see the following days, thursday and friday when he was there, nor eight hours on each day, more and more information started to come out and then, finally, naijbullah zazi admitted to federal agents he did in fact have ties to al qaeda. >> julie: all the -- he was portrayed as a quiet, shy guy and the justice department said they discovered another side to him. what is that. >> >> reporter: absolutely, the attorney, told me this is a very shy, quiet guy and just wants to work as an airport shuttle driver and visit his wife in pakistan and we are finding, this is someone who was an international traveller a
his rehabilitation work. >> in denver, alicia acuna, fox news. >> well, now what they say, if life gives you lemons, make lemonades. precisely what a young brother and sister team is doing in alexandria virginia, their dad is recovering from brain cancer. they decided to set up a lemonade stand for cancer research and their dad could not be prouder of them. >> there are other things, very, very valuable as far as how you can help out. >> well, kids were hoping to raise $100, but when people heard their story, well, they came from miles away to buy that special lemonade and so far, they've raised $400. and they're planning to keep their stand up throughout the weekend. way to go, abby and jake. >> well, a bear caught raiding the fridge for ice cream and one of the happiest family reunions that we've ever seen, just two stops as we go across america >> arizona, the driver of an suv running a red light. and slamming into a bike rail train. the impact knocking the the train off the tracks and sending several people to the hospital. >> we're told nobody was seriously injured. colorado,
business and their employees. alicia acuna introduces to a veteran police officer seriously injured on the job and fight to get back on the beat. his personal struggle and hard work of his therapist serve as an inspiration for us all. >> ready? >> yep. >> nicely done. >> he works as hard now as he ever did as a chicago police officer. >> that little bit you saw me doing, i'm exhausted. i'm physically exhausted. >> sometimes push it with your fingers. >> on may 27, cole was paralyzed from an auto accident that happened as he responded to a call. >> as this surveillance video shows people ran to the crash scene from a gas station across the street. one of them was not there to help. as cole explained to fox in an interview two months ago. >> pushed me over and stole my gun. my wallet, my money, my clip. he kept moving. my head. in my mind there is a possibility he may have worsened my spinal cord. >> after threatening to kill the officer the man ran away. police later arrested 22-year-old shannon who is charged with robbery, disarming a police officer and unlawful possession of a weap
this morning, along with his father, and another man, joining us from denver, this morning, is alicia acuna with the latest. this morning. >> reporter: good morning, guys, the three men arrested were naijbullah zazi and his father, a citizen of the u.s. and a new york man, and all three according to the justice department are being charged with making false statements to federal agents and the arrest came late last night-and-as the man and his father were taken into federal custody on the heels of a week which included both of them undergoing questioning by the fbi and a search of two homes and a raid on several homes in queens and according to documents filed in federal court the feds have been following the younger zazi and his movements and communications for a year and the justice department says it's an ongoing investigation and has not released the exact plot but officials told the associated press the intended target was new york, more specific "the new york post" reports, zazi and associates were looking at giants stadium and bryant park and other large venue areas and the investiga
back to work. fox's alicia acuna has the inspiring story. >> nicely done. >> benji cole works as hard now as he ever did as a chicago police officer. >> i'm exhausted. i'm physically exhaust. >> sometimes push it with your. >>> on may 27th he was paralyzed from an auto accident that happened as he responded to a call. as this surveillance video shows, people ran to the crash scene from a gas station across the street, one of them was not there to help as cole explained to fox in an interview two months ago. >> pushed me over and stole my gun, my wallet, my money, my clip and he kept moving my head. so there is in my mind there is a possibility that he may have had worsened my spinal cord. >> after threatening to kill the officer, the man ran away. police later arrested 22-year-old rashaun shannon who was charged with robbery, disarming a police officer and unlawful possession of a weapon by a felon. >> it is one of those situations like this you never know what is going to happen. >> cole's super vicar with the chicago police department said cole's situation is a stark reminder the sp
oneç overwhelmed some emergency rooms. two hospitals in denver are making a special plan. alicia acuna is live. çthe cdc says half of americans could gedç h1n1, and that would include doctors and nurses. how do they prepare for that? >> they are doing everything they can. i amç told there are awaiting confirmation but is expected in pediatrics doctor here at the jewish medical may have contracted h1n1 from a patient. çwhat they areç doing in preparation, in part to protect their own people, they are stocking up on masks, gloves,ç and thu are reminding people like nurses and that they should not come into work sick just because they feel bad for their colleagues' taking on extra hours. protect the patients? what are they doing to ready themselves for this influx? >> that is right. çthey are preparing forç the possibility of having divided with symptoms, they send you one place, if you do not, to another. thereç are thinking about doing çtriage units, negative air flw rooms to keep new air circulating for about the room. they areç really doing everythg they ca
he has ties to al-qaeda. alicia acuna from my hometown of denver. >> just to let you know, first off he's expected to head to headquarters for a fourth round of questioning. as he does this, his torn continues to point out his client has yet to be arrested. he was allowed to go home last night after spending all day at headquarters. fox news mentioned that zazi in theed a tie to al-qaeda. and a senior u.s. intelligence official has told he was involved in a potential terror attack here in the united states. his father, 53-year-old mohammed zazi did spend three hours with feb investigators and went in voluntarily according to a spokesperson for the family. when he came out reporters were asking him a number of questions and all he could say, i don't know the truth. and again, both zazi have gone in voluntarily for the interviews. according to the justice department he's working on some sort of plea deal with the government. art fullsome, his attorney says again those are simply just rumors. so we'll bring you up-to-date as the day goes on as mr. zazi goes back downtown deven for more
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